Kollective, an enterprise content delivery network provider, announced the launch of integrations with Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Teams, Yammer, SharePoint and Microsoft Systems Center Configuration Manager, to help enterprises scale their networks and deliver seamless video streaming and software updates to all employees wherever they are located at a fraction of the bandwidth typically required.
Kollective’s integration and new visualization dashboard will be showcased at Microsoft Ignite 2018 in Orlando, Florida. With this most recent product release, the Kollective platform scales and secures your network for the modern workplace. It’s designed to help employees collaborate and communicate better with enterprise video, and it secures corporate networks by keeping up with Windows as a Service updates.
In addition to announcing the new integrations, Kollective will showcase a number of new products in its software-defined enterprise content delivery networking platform at Ignite 2018. Kollective announces Kollective IQ, a network visualization dashboard providing global enterprises the ability to easily see what’s happening across their entire network. With Kollective IQ, network administrators, internal communication managers and unified communications experts can easily optimize content delivery across the network.
Dan Vetras, CEO of Kollective said: “Today’s workplace is changing, with more employees than ever looking to adopt collaborative technology and communicate over video. At the same time, businesses are dealing with even greater pressure on their networks, with a growing number of larger and more frequent software updates making it harder than ever to manage network demands.
“Through our integrated support for Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Teams, Yammer, SharePoint and Microsoft Systems Center Configuration Manager, we are helping enterprises overcome these challenges; offering a solution that meets employee expectations without demanding that IT teams completely rebuild their infrastructure. With Kollective IQ, these teams can easily see and share metrics that matter to their specific roles, saving them time while giving them unprecedented insight into their event and network performance.”
Vishal Sood, Partner Group Program Manager at Microsoft added, “As video continues to transform the nature of workplace collaboration, network bandwidth can become an issue. We’re pleased that this integration helps our mutual customers develop more scalable networks and thereby build more collaborative working environments.”